A Qur'an Centric Research Based Garden of Knowledge
Safeer Academy syllabus will be mainly focusing British Curriculum (Cambridge or Edexcel) (IGCSE). However, our pupils will be fully prepared for local job markets for civil services and public sectors as we will be offering essential subjects e.g. Bengali language and literature and Bangladesh Studies.
The home environment should be very actively supportive to all Tarbiyyah efforts and programmes run by the school. As Safeer Academy will have its attainment and acheivement targets for each student, the home will have to set targets for their children.
In line with delivering SMSC (Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultual) and literacy, Tarbiyyah should be embedded in all lessons and school experiences. Each topic should be linked to one or more of our 10 Tarbiyyah principles which will promote their belief and strengthen their identity and self-esteem.
The principle of leading by example through continuous Islamic teacher education and the constant quest for ‘ilm, ihsan wa taqwa.
Through tutorials. assemblies, breaks, trips, camps, celebrations and other daily life activities
AfL should be rigorously applied to all tarbiyyah programmes and elements, and standardised assessment data will be collected from all the teachers and staff end of each term
In line with Academy’s rewards and sanctions policy, Tarbiyyah programme will devise and implement its own rewards and sanctions policies
‘Tarbiyyah’ refers to a holistic learning programme that promotes systematic spiritual and behavioural development of our educators and pupils and that shows they all are deeply connected to Allah and His Messenger (peace be upon him) and these connections are truly reflected in their daily lives.
Our aim is to provide an effective learning platform that always keeps the learner’s needs at the forefront and inspires our children to adopt and adhere to an Islamic lifestyle. Our education should capture the hearts and minds of our children through a unique and pedagogic-tarbiyah approach. The focus should therefore be on beliefs, taqwa (piety), core values, behaviour, feelings and attitudes to help develop a sound, moral and ethical compass for our students that will direct them towards making a difference in their own lives and in the society by taking an active role in the reform process aiming the holistic development of our community, the ummah and the humanity at large.
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